Partnership with IBM gives BI users a single view of data stored in DB2, VSAM, and IMS sources
The ARM standard is designed to help simplify transaction performance monitoring for Web applications
IBM’s new pre-packaged BI bundle is packaged for the small and mid-sized enterprise market—but there are hints that the large enterprise won't be far behind
Company’s technology will help extend the capabilities of IBM’s DB2 software for documents, images, digital media, and Web pages
New tool lets developers repackage host applications as XML Web services or .NET server components.
SLAs help ensure the timeliness and success of your application implementation, but they're anything but a slam dunk
IT can eliminate costly upgrades and reduce installation problems by running hosted applications instead of licensing them. But there are pitfalls.
Service-oriented architecture starts with simple application integration and culminates with service choreography and next-gen “composite” applications
Analysis of the company's flagship event
Last week we presented six key challenges network managers face. This week we explore how vendors are helping managers overcome these challenges.
Although there are performance problems associated with Web services technologies, companies have plenty of available options
From changing rules to technical complexity, a network manager's job is tough. We explore six challenges of managing mainframe connectivity in the first of a two-part series.